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Glitterballs gliding, decks spinning, dance-shoes buzzing as I bring back the glamour and glitz of my Soho nightclub of the ‘90s with the re-opening of The Halyon, with a Studio 54 style launch night; moving the venue from Soho to Donegal for a sparkling new decade in 2020.
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5 days ago

Sarah McGuinness

Dreamers, lovers, poets, drag queens, rakes, luvvies, tailors, clubbers, drinkers and jazzmen….it’s been a while, longer than a while, what week is it? What month is it? And when on earth is bin day?!

It’s safe to say these last few months have been some of the toughest I have ever experienced. There have been lots of low points and some dark days (as well as some highs) but throughout this time I just haven’t felt like myself and so I have stayed away.

Like most of us I have been doing a lot of reflection and I am starting now to come out the other side, undoubtedly changed but with a new understanding of myself, which I am actually starting to see as a positive in all of this.

So today, to whoever needs to hear this, don’t believe the lie that you are alone in how you are feeling. There are people who want to listen and help and oftentimes they have felt like you have right now. Pick up the phone, send someone a message, release a carrier pigeon, wave a smoke signal, however you do it, reach out and speak to someone, it helps, it helps an untold amount.

In the meantime we will now be back on here much more regularly to spread the bits of joy we find dotted around the world and throw them out to you via the medium of the Internet. I love the community we have nurtured on here, we have lots of fun things planned and later in the year, more festive spirit than you can shake a Santa hat at!

Love as always,

Sarah x
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Dreamers, lovers, poets, drag queens, rakes, luvvies, tailors, clubbers, drinkers and jazzmen….it’s been a while, longer than a while, what week is it? What month is it? And when on earth is bin day?!
 
It’s safe to say these last few months have been some of the toughest I have ever experienced. There have been lots of low points and some dark days (as well as some highs) but throughout this time I just haven’t felt like myself and so I have stayed away.
 
Like most of us I have been doing a lot of reflection and I am starting now to come out the other side, undoubtedly changed but with a new understanding of myself, which I am actually starting to see as a positive in all of this.
 
So today, to whoever needs to hear this, don’t believe the lie that you are alone in how you are feeling. There are people who want to listen and help and oftentimes they have felt like you have right now. Pick up the phone, send someone a message, release a carrier pigeon, wave a smoke signal, however you do it, reach out and speak to someone, it helps, it helps an untold amount.
 
In the meantime we will now be back on here much more regularly to spread the bits of joy we find dotted around the world and throw them out to you via the medium of the Internet. I love the community we have nurtured on here, we have lots of fun things planned and later in the year, more festive spirit than you can shake a Santa hat at!
 
Love as always,
 
Sarah x

 

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Chin up, tits out 😘

It’s so good to hear from you welcome back il put the kettle on x

I’m so happy to see you! 🥰. I miss my family.

With all the despair and death around us, we had to set aside the joy, knowing that it would bloom again when we are all safe again. I certainly missed the living arts, outings with friends, and the Back to Blacks shows! ‘Glad to hear back from you!